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100 French Marigold Tangerine Double Dwarf Seeds

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Marigold DOUBLE DWARF TANGERINE Bright Orange Flowers Heirloom Non-GMO 100 Seeds

Fresh – No Filler – Pure Seed – Non-GMO

  • Genus: Tagetes patula
  • Annual; Grows up to 12 Inches
  • Great companion plant for vegetable gardens!
  • Prefers full sun exposure


  • GROW French Marigold Seeds – DOUBLE DWARF
  • French Marigold Seeds – Tangerine
  • A sunny, summertime favorite, French Marigold
    Tangerine blooms in big, bright orange flowers lifted high atop lush, pungently
    scented foliage.
  • A classic, Double Tangerine is a beloved
    heirloom variety of this popular garden flower.
  • French Marigolds are a popular companion
    planting for veggies as they are known to help repel harmful pests!
  • These dwarf plants are perfect for edging the
    front of the sunny flower garden or for baskets and containers.
  • Butterflies will visit the flowers again and
  • Marigold plant care includes removing spent
    flowers to encourage extended bloom period and to keep plants compact.
  • Also, the plants do best with full sun and
    regular watering, and they will continue flowering until the first hard freeze.


  • Name: French Marigold (Double) Seeds – Tangerine
  • Botanical Name: Tagetes patula
  • Life Cycle: Annual
  • Light Requirement: Full Sun
  • Planting Season: Spring
  • Plant Type: Tall fern-like stems with large, bright orange flowers
  • Features: Heirloom, Attracts Pollinators, Attracts Hummingbirds, Fragrant, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Cut Flower Garden, Easy to Grow & Maintain, Container Garden
  • Color: Orange
  • Blooms: Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Fall
  • Plant Height: Up to 12 inches
  • Plant Spacing: 12 inches
  • Planting Depth: 1/16 inch
  • Sowing Method: Start Indoors, Direct Sow
  • Cold Stratification: No
  • Hardiness Zones: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
  • Ships: Year Round

More Marigold Info and How to Plant

In addition to the cheery flowers that marigolds
bring to your garden, they also attract beneficial insects, such as ladybugs,
hoverflies and parasitic mini-wasps, that prey on garden pests. If you sow the
marigolds as a cover crop and plow them under before planting, they will repel
harmful nematodes.

And there is some evidence that marigolds ward
off cabbage worms from cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli and Brussels sprouts.

The Naturalistic Approach

To mimic nature, strew seeds randomly throughout
the vegetable garden, in the open spaces in front, in back and in between
vegetables. Plant seedlings in the same random, or naturalistic way, in
clusters here and there throughout the bed. This method works best with just
one color of marigold, which will unify the entire vegetable bed. Use as many
marigolds plants or seeds as you need to cover all the empty spaces between
your vegetables.

Create a Border – Marigolds are beneficial to
your Vegetable Garden

Rows of marigolds around the edges of your
vegetable garden present a more formal or orderly feel. Strew the seeds or
place the plants in a single row, or create a more lush look with a double or
triple row of flowers if you have the space. With this kind of planting, you
can choose a random assortment of colors within the same marigold variety or go
with a single color.

Planting Tips

Marigolds require full sun, at least six hours a
day. They may need less water than your vegetables, so water them directly only
when the soil becomes dry, and let them gather water indirectly from the nearby
vegetables. If you plant from seeds, thin the plants when they are 1 to 2
inches tall and leave them 10 to 12 inches apart.



Direct sow Marigold
seeds after all threat of frost has passed – it’s recommended that you wait
approximately 1-2 weeks after the final frost date. Marigolds can also be sown
indoors approximately 50-60 days before your final frost.


Marigolds are tolerant
of most types of soil, and enjoy warm, Full Sun conditions. Marigolds do best
in rich, well draining soil that remains moist, though once established can be
somewhat drought tolerant as well. If planted in cool, or moist locations,
Marigolds are susceptible to powdery mildew.


Sow Marigold seeds
directly onto the surface of the soil and firmly compress. Don’t cover your
seeds, as Marigolds require sunlight in order to germinate.


Once planted, Marigolds
require very little by way of care. Typically, you only need to water manually
if the soil has gotten dry or dusty to the touch, or if it’s been more than 2
weeks since any sort of natural rainfall. You can increase your blooms
significantly by deadheading your spent blooms. Dried, spent blooms can be
stored in a dry, cool location that gets minimal exposure to sunlight, and if
planted, the seeds in the seed heads can produce additional marigolds the
following year.


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  • Please read the planting instructions!  Some
    seeds require cold stratification. Some Perennials probably will not bloom
    until the 2nd year.

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